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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 27, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03256
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Mr. and Mrs. A. NM Fort, of Ereka.
Thmsusads e Tofee Useded were in town Monday on their way to
_N my, =0 I .i 4. Cornell to visit relatives.
~M --a I i Oar l rly a pMr. Wallace, of Live Oak. was In
i 110,6 Mtesio town Tuesday seeing old friends. Mr.
Wallace and family were residents
M titsey, MesxiO Au. 7.--Cavalry here several years ago.
has ltll et MN ey, Meate Moreles and Mr E. 0. Sherouse is again on the
Saltuo f'r raat a where General "Citra Short." much to the delight of
Pimde It es is la retreat, to rein- his many friends here. Mrs. Sherouse
force the troops already there. Reyes and baby are at present In Tampa.
hmas oered no resistance to the gov- They will move to Wilcox soon.
ernMent and shows no inclination to Mr. C. W. Driver went up to Jack-
iake trouble. Thinking people are sonville Wednesday.
disgusted at the attitude of the gov- Mr. Moorhead, of Ocals, county sur-
erament showing such force toward veyor, has been in town a week work-
him simply because his friends are lag the public road.
booming him for vice president Mr. J. W. Hagins came down from
The Reyes supporters are not start- Wilcox last Wednesday, returning on
Mng a revolution. They merely want a the evening train.
chance to vote for their candidate. Mr. Frank Jenkins went down to
They are asking for a free ballot There Ocala Monday.
are said to be about four thousand sol.- Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery. of Alva,
diets In the cty proper and some five are visiting their brother, Mr. Sher-
thousand within call on the outside. owse. here.
Mach unoest has been caused In this We can hardly mention all who went
city during the last day or two by to Fernaadlna on the excursion. We
remrs of revolutia sa M/to be start- eould mention those who didn't go
Ing from the Texas side of the Rio better. All report a grand time, and
Grande between Laredo sad Browns- are only wishing for one to St. Au-
ville. In which section there are few gustine.
American troops on duty. A resident Mrs. Hampton Pettis returned Mon-
of this city, who has just returned day from Norfolk. Va.
from the Brewnaville country, said to- Mr. B. J. Steele and wife, of Bran-
day that it would not. be at all surprise. ford, are here now.
Ing If the rumors should Prove to be The many friends here of Mr. R. W.
true. as there was much excitement In Bull are glad to learn he had a safe
that section with many refugees from arrival in New York and is on his way
Mexkio, to his old home in Kent. Conn.. where
This is where are Gana revolution he hopes to fuly recover from his re-
originated back in the as. There are cent Illness.
stories current In this city of the In- Mia Mervin Ray leaves September
production by night of large quanti- 1st for Staunton, Va., where she will
ties of ammunition from the United attend the Mary Baldwin schooL She
States which it was thought was will be accompanied by her father,
sneaked across the border with the and three of her Palatka friends, who
connivance of customs agents In coa-. will also attend. It is with much re-
tion with the revolutionists. There are ret that she leaves. During the short
reported to be thousands under the dl- time she has been here she has made
reaction of various political untas with many friends who can only await her
headquarters In Texas hiding along the return home for the holidays.
border just ready when the signal is
given to croes over and enter Into the
fight against their country.
CUR M HAY FEVERv ICE*
AND JMMZR COLD 1c. a Dish
A. S. Nusbaum, Batesvile, Indiana. a mads this way.
writes: "Last year I suffered for Stirap eakgeh
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that It ntwrfered with my J LU
business. I, had many of the symp- W
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre- RE cu m
acription did not reach my case, and I MW I
tooL several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate It. Fortunately I o quart d mlk and
Insisted upon having Foley's Honey f ree. zent. t be dAn
Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me. in s abou te
My wife has sfrce used Foleys Honey 7 musddis eary
and Tar with then same success." Sold |d p is no ok.
by all dealers. anything ebtodo.
buso wig have two quartz
FIRE AT SARASOTA d eliousalee ienam for Uthe
Inu eo t two diss.e.
Sarasota. Aug. 27.-About 1:30 yes- 8 pates sr as s es.
terday morning fire destroyed three Iludstsd ecipe Book FPr .
business houses here. Incurring a loss l U AaMIreB d CBA, I&hm gLY.
of about $10,000. The hardware store
of G. W. Blackburn and his store
building, a bakery operated by Mr.
Mereett. and building owned by Mr.
Bromly and a small barbershop own- THERE 18 A DIFFERENCE IN
ed and run by Bruce Shadrick com-
prises the property destroyed. Some l p -
suppose that the fire was of Incendiary '
origin.


SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP
It seemed to J. A. S e. a civil war to three doctors; was kept In bed for
veteran, of Kemp, Tea, that a plot five weeks. Blood poisoned from a
existed between a desperate lung trou- spider's bite caused large, deep sores
ble and the grave to cause his death to cover his les. The doctors failed,
1 contracted a stubborn cold," he Our Ice by our new process is frox- then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com-
writes "that developed a couh that en at a temperature of eight to ten pletely cured me," writes John Wash.
stck to me In spite of all remedleh that degrees above zero, is as clear as crys- ington, of Bosquesvle,. Tex. For
tor years. M wein f to m tal and as pure as can be made. We eczema, bolls, burns and plies it' su-
pounds. Then I began to use Dr. guarantee It to last longer. preme. 26c at all druggists.
King's New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now weigh BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS TAFT MUSN'T TALK
178 pounds." For severe colds, ost- OF THE TARIFF
nate cougi hemerhaes sthm, And Nt be Dpiappi i d in Service Washington, August .27.-Friends of
and to prevent pneumonia t' un- And Quality President Taft are endeavoring to per-
rivaled. 6c 8and SL Trial bottle
free. G0-3rnieed by all druggists. suade him to steer clear of the tariff
O o a A C i PACKINf CO n his discussion of political questions
SHE CAN GO SOME on his forthcoming western trip. The
---- M ERT A TATYLB tariff Is a sore subject in many states
New Torpde Best Can Roel Off P of the west, notably in Iowa, Minnesota
Thirty-five Miles an Hour and Wisconsin and the new law is far
Wahinton. Aug. 27.-epor from being popular in that section of
Washington. Aug. 27.-Reports to the country.
the navy department say that the new nW S DO U B 1 D
United States torpedo boat Fiuaser, CAaLuS D. HULBERT, I D DISAGREEABLE AT HOME
one of the new boats now building
for the navy; had her preliminary HOMEOPATRIC PHYSICIAN AND Lots of men and women who are
builders' trial on the course off Rock- S agreeable with others, get "cranky"
land. Me.. last week. She made a at home. It's not disposition It's the
speed of 30.93 knots, which makes her aeo--4km00d Floor The Munroe & liver. f you find In yourself that you
the swiftest vessel in the American Chamblis Bank Buildin,, Ocl feel cross around the house, little
navy. Flor1da. things worry you, just buy a bottle of
TlC hoems.-O ilt 3222; Residence, Ballards Herbine and put your lver
ITAKE NO ICE--022e1 22.;1, d In shape. You and everybody around
you will feel better for It. Prices
All persons are reconmtuended to Ofee Hours-- to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
take Foley's Kidney Remedy for D. a.; 7:30 to :34 p. am.
backache rheumatism, and kidne r SOUTHERN BANKS
and bladder trouble. It will quickly HAVE THE SHEKELS
correct urinary Irregularities. which.. C. J. PH 1 I I Washington. Aug. 27.-Acting Secre-
neglected. may develop into a serious J. ILLIPS tary of the Treasury Norton returned
Illness. It will restore health and tar of the Treasury Noon returned
strength. Do not neglect sIgn of B to Washington yesterday. He has been
kidney or bladder trouble and risk ---- conferring with President Taft at Bev-
Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold by Plans and Spelacalons P hed erlyMuch has been said to the effect
all dealers. that he and the president have been
all eaeru. Upon Reqlest. talking about how to provide money to
COMET IS COMING 19 Soth Third St., move the crops. The condition of
-COMET IS COMING B m banks in the South Is such that they
Hai^s CePl heWill oS OCAL& UIA. are not likely to need help in moving
Hailey's Celestial iVagrant Will 9 crops. No indication appears now that
ebo n S"t the intervention of the treasury to get
San Jose. Cal., August 27.-Professor j,,, the crops moved will be needed.
Heber Doust Curtlas has returned here Alfl ni RiN f
from Santiago. Chill. Professor Cur- i anmalB abeW isop The best remedy we know of in al
tiss expects, with the aid of the power-. cases of kidney and bladder trouble
ful telescope at Lick observatory, to be I ss am M w the- RoH l O e and the one we can always recommend,
the first man in the world to announce is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
that the Halley comet has come Into pills be positive that you get De-
sight. Skilled workmen and courteous at- Witrs Kidney and Bladder Pills.
The comet, which no single genera- teution to all. Special attention to There are imitations placed upon the
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Pittsburg. Aug. 27.-Special Agent
Hoagland of the department of Justice,
who is looking into charges of peonage
growing out of the strike at the Press-
ed Steel Car company's McKees Point
plant, examined witnesses today.
The first witness was James Good-
fried. Goodfried alleged that Samel
Cohen. head of the company's service
bureau, pointed a pistol at his. Good-
fried's, head and said: "*ou go to
work there or ll blow your head oa."
Goodfried says he refused to go to
work and he was allowed to leave the
plant.
Bad CondMition Revaled
I It Is stated on good authority that
the general shakeup among the otf-
clatl of the company which has re-
suited from the strike, has revealed
conditions which the higher officials
of the company are quoted as saying
were unbelievable and unknown to
them.
IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, bla-
der of rheumatic trouble, 91 bottle two
mouth's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimjals. Dr.
K. W. Hall, 2929 Olive Street St.
LouMis Mo.
SPIRITS ARE SCARCER
This Year in Quantity, and Will
Thorefre he Meor Pletiful in
Price
Savannah, August 27.-The Increase
in the price of spirits of turpentine
during the past few days has led some
to predict that the price will advance
to sixty cents before the middle of
September.
The product advanced in price very
rapidly during the past ten days. There
were sales yesterday at fifty-five
cents and the statistical situation Indl.
cates that the price must go higher.
The receipts are much below those of
last year and the cut is known to be
smaller. There is said to be an almost
total absence of "scrape crop," which
usually follows the flow.
ACTIVE AT V
This would be unusual uews If men
and women omenwould keep theme
free from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as well as keeping their
muscles and Joints imbered with Bal-
lard's Snow -lniment Sold by all
druggists.
DISOWNS HIS CHILD
Senator Tillman Has Gene'Back on His
Columbia, August 27.-Senator Till-
man. in Columbia today on his way to
Anderson, said he hoped the next legis-
lature would pass a state-wide prohi-
bition bill, because, he said, It was only
a question of time before corruption In
the county dispensary system will be
as bad as in the old state dispensary
system. He says the effort to change
the personnel of Clemson college board
will never succeed.


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ANOTHER BUSINESS HOUSE
FOR THE BRICK CITY

The tar will be In a position in a
few diay to announce the contract for
the 0 bud1 of a handsome new bust-
ses1 block for Ocala and the opening
these of an entirely new business.
GAINESVILLE IS SORE

PRom the several paragraphs below.
061s resm F. N. Prewltt's account of
the -sme yesterday nla today's SuBan. it
would seem that the University City
is Just a little more over the outcome
of the ame:
The Su- says:
Recet events from a baseball
Standpoint would indicate that Man-
m Dvi has postponed the dis-
1tha as of the Oak Halls about a week
. to ism. Of course this has no connec-
tim with the game between Gaines-
vlle Lad Ocala Thursday afternoon.
but to come down to brass tacks the
bey jrom the Brick City-(and Pa-
latha)-p lyedi ings around us--and
they didM ot have to exert themselves
to say great extent to do the trick.
either.
"It was plainly evident at the end
of the rst laying that the visitors
bad the best of the fray, as two hits
In the lnrst block netted theia one run,
while Galanesvlle went out In one-two-
threo order.
"As for punk playing, yesterday's
game filled the bill. Errors were made
by the Oak Halls in such rapid suc-
eess-on that It was hard to keep tab on
them, and It may be that the score-
keeper failed to dot down all that were
made. As It Ia, they have eight charg-.
ed up to them, while Ocala is only
charged with three."
A TRIO OP TIGHTWADS
SpeOatin of tightwads, a little Texas
paper has unearthed a triumvirate of
parsimony that make the estimable
Hetty Green look like a green and
giddy young spendthrift, says the
Boston Traveler. It says:
"It is reported that three of the
stingledt men in the state were In
town yesterday. One of them will not
drink as much water as bhe wants un-
less t is from another man's well. The
seeoud forbids any of his family from
writing anything but a small hand. as
It is a waste of Ink to make large let-
ters. The third stops his clock at
alght In order to stop wear and tear
on the machinery. All of them decline
to take their county paper on the
ground that it is a terrible -strain on
their spectacles to read newspapers
even in the day time."
TOOK HER AT HER WORD
A woman came into the general
store with a' jar of butter, says the
Milwaukee JournaL She desired to
exchange It for another Jar of butter.
In churning her butter she had dis-
covered a mouse In the churn.
"I didn't nljure the butter." she said
to the storekeeper, "and to anyone
who did not know the circumstances
It would taste all right."
Taking the woqan at her word. the
merebant carried her Jar Into the back
room, transferred her butter to another
Jar, asd the gratified customer took
bacek her mouse butter with a thou-
sand thanks for the accommodation.
There Is a great deal of needless
trouble In the world on account of
squeamish sentiment
SOLDIERS ARE SCARCE
With the return of prosperity the
troubles of the army have recom-
menced in earnest, and the recruiting
officers are In despair over the alarm-
iag decrease In the number of appli-
cants for enlistment, says a Washlng-
tou dispatch.L
This same difficulty was experienced
during the prosperous years preceding
the panic of 1907. The business de-
pression which followed drove thou-
sands of young men Into the army,
and as a consequence for the last two
years the army has been up to. or very
in r. Its authored strength.
As soon as the term of the enlisted


Uan expires during these piping times
of peace, he nearly always leaves the
army. -pecially is this the case with
the more desirable men, who have lit-
tle difficulty in securing lucrative em-
ulepuent elsewhere.
A WARNING TO THE WOMEN
LOe1st Borgia is not dead. She
is prIIW lag over the American kitchen.
That's that Dr. Harvey M. Wiley.
chIef of the national chemistry bureau,
Sid to the Pure Food Convention.
whble Is in session at Denver, Colo.
aOW Dr. Wiley:
T- average Ice aox is a charnel
hbeN which not only holds death but
spreads It.. Too many housekeepers
would rather pick out a. Beethoven
sonta, read an Ibsen play. or memo-
rM a bridge rule than trace a pto-
maine to Its lair and eradicate it in the
interest of family safety.
"If they will give over the telephone
Mait and personally supervise their
marheting for the kitchens and lard-
ser, the present as well as the future
citlaem will be more useful to the com-
munity. .
"In the morning Lucretia Borgia
rushes to the phone and gives her or-
der to the grocer's or butcher's clerk.
He Nasd out the goods. Cook receives
them. Into the Icebox go meats, and
VeGSaee and fruits, many times
withMut having the wrapping removed.
and when the meal time comes the
mat Is put oan the fire. the tins emp-
tied of their contents without any
thoMght being given to their condition.
or any eare shown by the paid servant
in charge of the commissary "
I. 0. F. CELEBRATION
Prparations on a grand scale have


OCALA VICTORIOUS ON
A MEMORABLE OCCASION
With S= Home Folks on the Ground,
the Plueky BOys in Gray Seored a
Shut-Out Against the Famous Oak
SHalls ofGainemille.


Yesterday was "Ocala day" in the
University City of Gainesville, for over
200 hundred Ocala people were present
to witness the game of baseball In
which the famous Oak Halls went
down Ingloriously In defeat before the
rapid-fire pitching of Walker and the
superb support of the team behind
him.
Gainesville's stuffy little ball park
was filled to overflowing, the grand
stand being packed, people on both
sides and down in front There were
upwards of seven hundred spectators
at the game. about three hundred of
whom went up from the Brick City.
everybody seeming to feel that the ap-
pointed time had come for all good men
to come to the aid of the baseball
team. to say nothing of the ladies and
children.
When the game started Gainesville
had the largest representation present.
After the first inning Gainesville's fans
began to "dry up" and every once in a
while a few "blew away- until at last
Ocala had a majority In n the grand
stand, the bleachers and on the score
board.
The game opened up with the local
team in the field. Dick Dodge was the
first man up and with a nice single
landed safely on the initial sack. He
was sacrificed to second, advanced to
third with two out and crossed the
plate on Donaldson's hit Right here
the "rooters" began to root and when
they finished theil throats were sore.
Gainesville went down. in one, two.
three order in their half of the first.
Ocala made a good try for a tally in
the second but failed. Gainesville
played fast ball in this inning and
with two out had a man on third. A
hard try was made to work the squeeze
play and score the runner, but the
runner died on third when the batter
struck out.
In the third with three men on base
Galloway dropped a nice one over the
left fielder's head, scoring two runs.
Galloway came in on a single and three
tallies were added to the score.
In the fourth Himes, who pitched
against Ocala in the game in this city
when the Oak Halls made five runs
and shut out the locals, was taken out
of the box and Watson put in with Bul-
lock behind the bat. Watson pitched
one inning, when with one out and the
bases full he threw four wide ones and
forced a run. which evidently disheart-
ened him and he left the diamond, Mr.
Lee Graham. who umpired a beautiful
game, calling time on him and when
he refused to play, put him on the
bench. Ocala made four runs in this
inning and Spottswood was the next
pitcher Gainesville introduced.
The Brick City boys played faultless
ball. never allowing a man to reach
third but one time during the game.
Walker pitched a beautiful game and
Waller behind the bat. was the right
man for the place. After the fifth the
home "rooters"-if you could call them
by that honored name-gradually drift-
ed away and gave up the battle. Never
before has Ocala had such a large fol-
lowing to carry her colors to victory.
and everybody entered Into the sport
of "ragging" the local team and Its
supporters until they were very glad
when the Coast Line train pulled out.
with the happy crowd on board, headed
for the Brick City.
Quite a number of people remained
over to witness the game today.
Brown and Waller will probably be the
battery for Ocala, with Spottswood and
Bullock working for the Oak Halls.
Gainesville will come to Ocala Thurs-
day and Friday of next week for two
games, and the enthusiastic fans and
supporters of the Ocala team are look-
ing forward with intense interest to
these games.

100 REWARD, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con-
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken Internally, acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
the constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in Its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it falls to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.


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time to begin. We

sell it excltvey in
SA gi0


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CUITI K


This bank will extend credit to any
man who deserves credit. The man
who gets credit from the bank Is nine
times out of ten a customer of the
bank.
There are frequent occasions when
a man can make money by the tem-
porary use of other people's money.
The customers of this bank are the
people who can command money that
they do not own.
Men who do business with a bank,
and whom the banker knows are safe
business men with resources, are the
men who can go to the bank for a
loan in times when they need it or
when additional money will help them
to make more money.
If you are a customer of this bank,
you have a reserve business help that
you may draw upon when occasion
demands.
THE MUNROE A CHAMBLISS BANK
Oala, Flid


NEW SECRETARY FOR
THE RAILROAD OISION
8. E. Cobb. who was appelatd sec-
retary to the railroad eamm- asmaM-
on the first of January, last, to sce-
ceed Hon. R. C. Duna. who at that
time succeeded Hon. John L Morgan.
as railroad comm'a-slou-r, has teder-
ed his resignation to the conmmnatmo
and has been succeeded by J. WMl TY
of Jackson county.

FATAL ACCIDENT TO
ST. AUGUSTINE GtRL
St. Augustine. Aug. 27.-With a bul-
let wound in her temple, Miss Co"n
stance Barling was discovered by her
brother. Linton Barling, about 6 *'deick
last evening in the ball of her home
on Water street life being extinct. Be-
side the body law a 32-calibre revol-
ver. the instrument that had inflicted
the death wound, one chamber of the
cylinder containing the shell of an ex-
ploded cartridge. An Inquest revealed
the fact that the revolver uad been ac.
cidentally discharged. The verdict of
the coroner's Jury was to the effect
that the wound was accidentally i*-
flicted.

SW YO DO Tf


J. "K. Kelley was transacting busi the superiority of Pure Paint over the
ness in Ocala this week. As secretary t kind, drop us a line and we will
and treasurer of a new railroad and gladly go Into th e ster with e
manager and owner of two turpentine Ifgladly go to the atter wth
stills, and part owner of another, he,
is a very busy man, but he is equal to
the emergency, and keeps up with all Davis 10 per *ent
of it, always genial and seemingly Pun Paint
contented. He has no enemies, and
we do not believe he will ever have
any.-Inverness Chronicle. It is because you don't know the treks
in paint making, and we are anxious


that every user of paint should know
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE HOW to buy paint intelligently. Davis
A French scientist hbs discovered has been throughly tried and tested
one secret of long life. His method all over the country.
deals with the blood. But long ago it will pay you to use it.
millions of Americans had proved Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
Electric Bitters prolongs life and stand the test of the most rigid Pure
makes It worth living. It purifies, en- Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
riches and vitalizes the blood, rebuilds Hardware Co.. Ocals.a Fla.
waste nerve cells, imparts life and
tone to the entire system. It's a god-,
send to weak, sick and debilitated
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted For Indigestion and all stomach
my life for months," writes W. MA. trouble take Foley's Orino Laxative as
Sherman, o' Cushing, Me, "but Elec- It stimulates the stomach and liver
trick Bitters cured me entirely." Only and regulates the bowels and wil poe-
SOc at all druggists. tively cure habitual constipation. Sold
by all dealers.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL


I will place an electric smoothing
iron in your home on a few days' trial.
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially In
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and In a few
minutes the iron Is hot. No smoke
or dirt and tat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.

BABY MORPHINE FIENDS
are made by all soothing syrups and I
baby medicines that contain opium
an; narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir
contains no Injurious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
and fretfulness-splendid for teething
Infants. Sold by all druggists.

BARBECUE AT OAK GROVE
There will be a barbecue at Oak,
Grove on Saturday, Sept 11th. one:
mile south of Pleasant Hill church.
for those who like to dance, also horse-
There will be good music and platform
races, foot-races, sack-races and three-
leg races. Everybody Is invited to
come. ring your basket and enjoy the
day. Committee.
REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
'Your only hope," said three doctors
to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit, Mich.,
suffering from severe rectal trouble,
lies in an operation, "then I used Dr.
King's New Life Pills," she writes,
"till wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pendicitis, cure constipation, head&
che. 25c at all druggists.

PIANO TUNING
Ten years experience. References,
any music teacher in Ocala. any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf
FURNITURE FOR SALE
A lot of household furniture of all
kinds almost new and in fine shape for
"sale cheap for cash. Call between
August 26th and Sept 10th, inclusive.
at the Kaiser House, North Magnolia
street.

The world's most successful medi-
cine for bowel complaints is Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It has relieved more pain
and suffering, and saved more lives
than any other medicine In use. In-
valuable for children and adults.

INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophaeo glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.
If you are run down Foley's Kidney
Remedy will help you. It strengthens
the kidneys so they will eliminate the:
Impurities from the blood that de-
press the nerves, and cause exhaus-,
tion. baejache, rheumatism, and uri-,
nary Irregularities which sap the vi-
tality. Do not delay. Take Foley's
Kidney Remedy at once. Sold by all
dealers.

3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING i
How is that This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one.
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply man.
Dysentery is a dangerous disease
but can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has


The Brush


If you ate terested in or are thiklang of
car, there is nothing r t e ma so powerful,
hill-cliblar ad Msand.pull ual les asth -e Boi
tive eataloues by calMli j m r writ l .

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FOR HEALTH.AND PLEASUR
'The B a 1


Hilayvood 11/b Sulphur Spdi
asnd of tes kry' WAYNESVILLE I. C. I
On the Southern Raiway, ae lour w rm Ash,.
No oasmptive. Hot ad CoM mulphDr Baths. Ms
Special attentle to mqMuatain parttie Speeial ari t
fitormation address C. ROGAN, Masager. (FraeMg i
worth Inn, Ashevule.)


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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORnDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the Slsters of St. Joseph. Young
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along PhysicaL Intel-
lectual, Moral and Social Lines, Healthy Location. Magniicent Swimming
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall aad
Recreation Rooms.


Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.

St. Joseph's Academy, oretto, Florida
FALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH


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Have Your Lawn Mower. Sharpened by the

Latest Methods


We have Just received one of the
Lawn Mower Grinder, a machie e
for the purpose of grinding Lawn M
does the work perfectly. If yoa will faor
your patronage, we guarantee to give yo |-.


Mower in better condition than the day y t
it. It will be sharp, and stay shaip r Ic ei
old style way, which is usually dmone l
rienced workiami with a file or an emey TlM`


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BALTIMORE


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CITEING


D' sear r We beg leave to notify you that on August 21 and
'W Wd WO glyse a Opting Display of


Sy KE MERCHANT TAILOJKRIU
at the place ot

RHEINAUER & CO., OCALA, FLA.


t &-t Or W pert Cutter and Fitter will be on bad to take measures for

"-w." bIN reputation we bear for turning out work of the highest order at
as .luteluiy moderate prices is so well and widely established that you should
befI htaue ate tobe here on one of the above mentioned dates and
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
Te wIl see the largest and most complete line ever shown and take no
or WhaftMverPIT GUARANTEED.
Se .. tru0 t that you will eome in early and your looking through the line
I -_eft- under no obligation whatever to boy.
>, Yours very truly,

ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS&





ok Out!

i% -, T ahwdasy, Septemwer 2nd, IM., there will be a public demonstration
a w ies ofO the Electri Burg lar Alam System recently installed
Beak. T2e demnonstition will begin at 10 a. m. and doss at 5 p. m.
ag- J"AnvRtL. The hours between Sand 6 p. m. wil be especially devoted
to M les who my wish to see the workings of the system.
: .- .


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USS BANK


OCALA, FLORIDA


S. WOODROW


mi


WM. J. SHERIDAN,
Phone 13


sin & m'TOu COwiR


SOMCB IN HOLDER BLOCK, OCALA. FLORIDA.
SO I O11D STONE CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND.

We have a stone crusher at work in Ocala, and are prepared to do all
tI," d of Cement Work, Build Foundations. make Cement Blocks. Cement
Sig, Build Sidewalks, Artificial Stone Fences, Stone Mantels. We make
1 e lg for Poundations for house work, which look better than brick, and
A cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. L. Railroad Track, North of


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COLLINS COLL JEGE
FLORIDA'S OLD EST COLLEGE
COLLEGE, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION,
FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIALL ARTS, AND
iL paUSlIgiUS
S 4eaegie Ball and third men's dormitory now completed; electric
h", steam an s furnace beat; large faculty; perfect health condl-
., tins; ame gymnasium, athletic Gelds. boating, tennis courts, golf links;
bssbeall, football and basketball teams champions of Florida In 1109.
3a l a quarter of r million dollars endowment; expenses moderate;
S..lMrlnp available; Christian but undenominational: stands for

UbCK :-: CULTURE :-: CUMT
For Catalegme Address the Preseidentt

F. km D.E WAlSr Park F2L


FS --H MEATS AND VEGETAB-----LES-


Wster Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
MKftsu, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
"suagej Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets.
Sweet PotatoM, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions


'v. P


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City Market


TWO NEGROES BOUND OVER
Two negro men were given a prelim-
inary hearing this morning in Judge
Bell's court on the charge of commit-
ting an assault with intent to murder.
One of the men, Will Frazier. of Ocala,
attempted to kill Savannah Williams,
a colored woman, with a knife, and
the other. Jim Taylor. was tried for an
attempt to kill Sam English with a
shotgun. Both victims were severely
wounded. Judge Bell bound them each
over to the grand jury in the sum of
$50* and as they were unable to make
the bonds, they will remain in JaiL
A WEAKLING
Is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. No
matter how much or how often It eats
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food, the child gets practi-
cally none. White's Cream Vermi-
fugs gets rid of the worms quickly.
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
druggists.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnisbe rooms for rent at


Phone 108


TROW AWAY


,a" 81d a MemitWin be m
Sn'. a Now.





L. McFLANE


l we ai Caft Made Promply

~D*to Ohebiak CI
i6f Weme a" Chlre
wsa: o3ms 3-2n Holder ButlldhW

O LA. PLORIDA


PmI -


K. of P. meet Monday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
agIem meet Wednesday night.
M.ama meo Thursday evenmin.
Filing cases at the Ocala News Co.
"Waukesha" Ginger Al at Ballard's.
Mr. Walter Ray of Martel was in
the city today.


Picture puzzle post cards
Ocala House.


Miss Myrtle Whitfield came
today from a visit to Dunnellon.


at the


home


Call and see the new books It thli
the Ocala %ws Co.
Mr. T. F. Stephens of Floral City is
a guest of the Montezuma.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle,
at the Postoffice Drugstore..
Mr. S. I. Friday of Reddick was a
guest of the Montezuma last night.


FEELE


Bathing caps just received at the LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS
Court Pharmacy.


Mr. W. M. McLeod of Dexter is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. E. D. Hemming, of Martel, is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. Lawton Bailey returned this
afternoon from his vacation in Georgia.
Attend the Air Dome this evening
and see the pictures while you listen
to the music.
R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; 87.50 per dosen.
Miss Legle and Master Landis Blitch
have returned home from a visit to
White Springs.
FOR RENT-A five-room cottage
near Synagogue, No. 108. Apply to A.
T. Strunk.

Mr. J. L. Smoak and little daughter.
Louise, went down to Homosassa on
this afternoon's train.
Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want In crockery and ilasm-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Mrs. C. N. Kirkland left yesterday
for Bedford. Va.. where she will spend
the remainder of the heated season.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and pretty little
son, Frank. Jr.. returned today from
their visit to St. Petersburg.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.

Sheriff J. P. Galloway went to Ta-
vares today for a prisoner who i.5
wanted here for a misdemeanor.
Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Julien Bullock is spending a few
days with Mr. Norton Davis at north
Lake Weir.


Phone the Court Pharmacy.
send for, fill and deliver your
scriptions promptly.


We
pre-


Miss Edith Harrison of Jacusonville.
who has been visiting Miss Elsie Lid-
don in this city, has returned home.
FOR RENT-House on Fort King
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
Miller. Apply to J. P. PhilUps.
Mr. C. J. Ohaver. of Cuba. is on a
visit to Dr. S. H. Blith and family at
Blitchton.
Mr. Ed Carmichael drove his Bnick
car through the country to Gainesville
today.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
FOR SALE-My house: the best
corner location n Ocala on the mar-
ket. Address B. J. Potter.
Messrs. Ed Anderson, J. A. Grum-
bles and Mr. Boswell of Dunnellon,
came up today in Mr. Grubles' auto.
Party wishes to buy a six or seven-
room house east of railroad in Ocalsa
cash transaction. Apply to Star office.
Miss Sallie Spurlin came uo to
Ocala yesterday from Oklawaha and
stayed over in the city last night with
her father.
MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta, Ga.
Bear In mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's Inks: also
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala
News Company.
The following -Gainesville people
were at the Monezuma hotel yester-
day: Messrs. C. E. Kellum. B. P. Mc-
Cormack. R. E. L. Robinson and T. H.
Richardson.


Among those who went to Gaines-
ville this afternoon to see the game
were Messrs. G. C. Crom. J. J. Fort.
R. H. Keating. Charles Culbreath. H.
C, Judd and W. A. Knight.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfamers powders and
soans of the finer grades. Tvdines A


Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your In-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.
HARNESS MENDED
Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
filing done. Apply to J. T. 81mmons at
Tompklns & Cobb's stables.


New crop of garden and flower
seeds Just received. Wm. Andereom ,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.

THE BEST PROTECTION
Not a single 'phone has burned in a
house in Ocala. A telephone is better
than insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. TYou get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates, $6 per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.

PAN BARGAINS
An eight-Inct Westinghouse electric,
fan that Is positively guaranteed to'
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. tucker, the
electrical supply man.

HOME FOR SALE
A splendidly located residence on
best street of city, medium sized house,
for sale at low price and on very easy
terms. Apply to F. W. Ditto, city.
AUTO FOR SALE
A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
Inal cost. If Interested, address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.
"WOODMAR--FOR RENT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish-
ed; modern pludblng; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE COTTAGE-Furnished;
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water: modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.


CASTOR IA
SIhat aid MUM


Bea the 0rsu


I have a late model No. 5 Under-
wood typewriter, ,which has not been
used over ninety days, and will sell
for $60 cash. or on terms. Felix H.
Sisk. Ocala House.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
WANTED-Position as bookkeeper,
typewriter and general office man.
Reference, former employer. 0. W.
Reagan, Brooksville,. Fla. W. C. Gal-
braith, Williston, Fla.

There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.
FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.50; cost 3SO new; one large
cook stove, good order, $5: lots of
flowers in $10 worth of pots for $1ISO.
W. H. Clark, Ocala.


A' Chance


For the boys
to earn


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For sch


Watch

0ool days. At the


KflH S Mosquitoe. Bedbugs
Roaches, Moths, Wa-
terbug Antg, Pleas.
Destrovs germs and
sterilizes the eggs of
all insects.
CLEANS Furniture, Carpets,
Ruwg, Curtains, Etc,
positively harmless to
the goods.
DISINFECTSthoroughly,
and an absolute pre.
ventitive of all con-
tagious diseases to
man and beast.
KET NTE T oWALTL


TEAPOT

GROCERY


Mrs. J. E. Bell and children of West
Palm Beach, will visit Mrs. C. B.
Strickland next week. Mrs. Bell Is an
old acquaintance of Mrs. Stricklands,
C. B. Strickland'and his little daugh-
tern, Edna and Helen. left yesterday
for Georgia, where they will visit
friends. Mr. Strickland expects to be
absent about ten days.
Probate Judge Bell returned this
morning in his Ford car from a busi-
ness trip to Dunnellon. where he went
to meet with the city council in a mat-
j ter of importance.
Messrs. D. E. Mclver, George Mac-
Kay. Robert Tyilngs and Miss Bettle
Wray Melver went up to Gainesville
yesterday in the big Jackson car to see
the game. Mr. MacKay and Robert
remained over and will return today
In the car. Mr. Melver and daughter
came home via raiL
Mrs. G. W. Martin, of Ocala, arrives
today to visit her daughter, Mrs. W.
H. Wilson and later the two will go to
Green Springs for a stay of several
days-Tampa Tribune.

Mr. M. H. Baum. of the Oxford Crate
company, came up today from Crystal
River and went to Jacksonville on the
afternoon train.
Mr. D. B. MacKay, who is in charge
,of the Seaboard's Early Bird building
operations, is In town a guest of the
Ocala House.
Mr. H. W. Jones of the Marion
Hardware company, came up from
Rockwell on Wednesday with Mr. Alex
Englis' Stanley Steamer and has been
running the car about town for the
past few days.


Mr. Thos. F. Moore of Sumter, S. C,
is a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. Arthur Hardaker of Tampa who
has been with his family in the moun-
tains for the nast few weeks, was in


same time you can earn a lit- town last night and today, a guest of
the Ocala House.
tie cash. Arty boy over 12
Dr. Walter Hood is again engineer
years old can enter and make, and pilot on board the "Mogur log-
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MEW MILLINERY NOW ANWIU I
AB the latest desifas n early RB
millintery my ow be Oem at the 10 -
liner er et Hmdyerft _
DeCOmp. New goods ar arriving dal-
ly, and the bigu ne of osret hats they
are now displayed is onea of te esst
elaborate they have ever carried. Can
In and w them. Cessie tt
they are of the very 1at designs,
and this I early in the seaom the
price are *iueegiy low.
EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION
The commission for education ia
Florida win meet in Jacksoanvile oa
Sept. 4th. Prof. J. H. Brinson. oar
county school superintendent and amest
likely several of the leading teachers
of the county will attend fom. here.

WILL LAY TILED FLOORS
Dr. A. R. Toph. owner of the Mon-
tezuma hotel has ordered material for
laying a tiled floor In the ofaee and
lobby of the Montemuma hotel, operat-
ed by Messrs Guy Toph and John
Dewey. This with the handsome em-
bossed steel ceiling and the other im-
provements to be made in the office
will make It one of the handsomest
and most sanitary in the country.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
WILL OPEN SEPT. 7
St Joseph'* Academy for boys at
Loretto, Fla., will open Tuesday, Sept
7. See advertisement on another page.

BAND CONCERT
The following program will be ren-
dered by the Metropolitan band this
evening at 1:16.
This will probably be the last con-
cert-of the season, as several mem-
bers of the jand will be absent from
the city during the month of Septem-
ber:
1. Indian Intermezzo, "Rainbow," J.
B. Lampe.
2. Overture, "Peerless," P. H. Lesey.
& "Sextette from Lucia," Donisettl.
4. Operatic medley, "Echoes from the
Opera," Mackle-Besar.
L March. "Just Take Me Down to
Wonderland," F. S. Allen.
6. "Genee Waltzes," (From the Soul
Kiss) M. Levi.
7. Japanese dance and two-step.
"YukL" V. G. Kreyer.
S. Overture. "The Sky Pilot." A. M.
i Laurens. A. IL. Gerig, Director.
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ROWAN-PIKE
Miss Agnes Pike, daughter of
Prof. W. S. Pike. of this city. was mar-
ried on August 18th to Mr. King WIl-
son Rowan, of West Palm Beach, a
native of Virginia. Miss Pike has been
residing at Palm Beach for the past
10 years and has been In charge of the
West Palm Beach Dry Goods Store as
manager. Mr. Rowan is an electrical
engineer by profession and a promi-
nent and well liked young man of that
city.

Miss Grace Hatchell, who is spend-
ing a few weeks at Worthington
Springs. came down to Gainesville
yesterday to witness the ball game.
The Misses Florence and Margaret
Walters, who have been spending a
month in South Carolina and Georgia,
will return home next Tuesday.
Uncle Peter Durlsoe of Connor, who
has been spending the past two months
among old home scenes in South
Carolina, returned to Ocala yesterday
afternoon. Uncle Peter looks several
years younger and the trip certainly
did him a great deal of good as well
as being a most delightful visit among
old-time friends and relatives.


Mrs. M. Robinson and famtly, Of
Ocala., fomerly of thl city. a001 to
leave soon for moatal ressrts to
spend several weeks. Mr. Roinesa
will enjoy part of the vacatia with
them.-Tampa Tribune.
Lottie, the pretty little a-M r of
Mr. and Mrs. J.. I. TommmMa wvoh has
been quite sick, I better today. The
little girl's illness caused Mrs. Thamp.
son to return home froa Tam.Use
where she and her children were
spending the summer.

A little daughter, their thIrd, arrived
this morninh at 4:30 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. 0amuel Baws,
No. 1331 Market street. JackSamve.
Mrs. Rawls and the lUttle bag_ -
doing well. Mrs. Raws'-mother, Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, is with her. Mr. aad
Mrs. Rawls were residents of Oesa fb
several years and have a egrat at1 y
friends here who wil eomagiatil
them on their trio o fle bah grt
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hoed -d _M0
Marguerite Porter were anowe the -
cursionists to Oaleevgle yM t or.
and Its a safe bet that n e O W W :
the game more than the doctor.
Miss Affieck bas just received a let
of pretty new tailored hat--Just what
one needs for the season. The ae
marked at very reasonable prices ad
anyone wishing a new *s>aIh bat
would do well to eall sad see them.

Yesterday afternoon whem the trat
pulled Into Gainesville with tHs JWS
crowd of rooters sad bassal lovers, a
brass band was heard playg a Iwely
tune. When the game was caAM,, the
band was placed beneath the'geMd
stand to waft until the repeW meust
arrived to play the Oak HB -m to
victory. "Poor MGanesIe! We left
'em waiting for te pysF hl3na"les m.
meant, which never astved.
Mrs. P. T. Wlson amnd ChUdr% of
Oak, with Mrs. WHlo's two chae ming
nieces, theMSm i Ms Mamie 40 1a
Randall, of Coamor. who have beIa
paying her a visit, were in OCNla
Thursday doing some WOPPI



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Tax Ded Under Setion 8 of Chap-
ter 4M, Law of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that P. IL. Nug.
eat, purchaser of tax certificate No. 541.
dated the 4th day of June, A. D. 1906,
has filed said certificate In my office
and has made application for tax deed
to lssue ina accordance with law. ..ad
certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated In Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: s% of nw%
of se% sec a l tp 15 sr 2 ae. The aid
ad being asessed at the date of the
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name of John A. Stannls. Unless said
certiicate shall be redeemed accord-
lag to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
- n theo 3th day of August, A. D. 109.
Witess my offielal signature and
seal this the 24th day of July, A. D.
190. 8. T. SISTRJNK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Soetln 8of Chap-
tr 4K Lauws of Flerida.
Notlee Is hereby given that T. P.
Drake, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 51g. dated the 3rd day of June,
A. D. 197, has fled said certificate in
my eeffi, and has made application
for tax deed to Issue ln acco .nacee
with law. Said certificate embraces
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by drink.
Three-fourth of the criminals made
by drink.
"One-half of the diseases caused by
drink.
One-half of the insanity made by
drink.
Three-fourths of the depravity of
youth caused by drink.
One-third of the shipwrecks and
fatal accidents caused by drink."
To drinking, says Lecky, must be at-
tributed most of the crime and an Im-
mense proportion of the misery of his
nation: and what is true of England Is
true of the United States. "We drink,"
said an English writer of 1657, "as if
we were nothing but sponges." In the
following century retailers were ac-
customed to hang out announcements
that their customers could be made
drunk for a penny, dead drunk for two-
pence, and could have straw to lie on
for nothing, and they furnished dens
In which they could recover sufficient-
ly to drink again. "Those accursed
spirituous liquors," wrote one observer
from London, in the eighteenth cen-
tury. "which, to the shame of our gov-
ernment, are so easily to be had, and
in such quantities drunk, have changed
the very nature of our people." And
as the beginning of most violent crime
on a big scale in Ehglish history is
parallel with the spread of strong
drink, so in our country crimes of vio-
lence, crimes of debauchery, political
corruption, the waste of wages, the
ruin of families, all have their home
and origin in the saloon. Civilization
will not be a success until the saloon
is but a memory of what men once en-
dured. West and South in the United
States today the path to temperance
is being followed with more determi-
nation than ever in the history of our
country. In more territory is the sa-
loon made illegal, and in a greater part
of this territory is public opinion suf-
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STAND UP FOR PROHIBITION
The following song was sung at the
temperance meeting at Palaclos En-
campment.
Tune. "Stand Up for Jesus.-
Stand up for prohibition, ye patriots of
the land;
All ye who love your country, against
saloons should stand.
Be bold against this traffic, your cou.-
try's greatest foe;
Let word and deed and ballot proclaim,
"TSaloons must go."
Stand up for prohibition, ye soldiers
of the Lord;
Put on the gospel armor, and wield the
Spirit's sword.
"From victory unto vic'try, this army
shall he lead.
Until every foe is vanquished, and
Christ is Lord indeed."
Stand up for prohibition. "The
trumpet-call obey;
Forth to the mighty conflict. In this
his glorious day.
Ye that are men, now serve him,
against unnumbered foes:
Let courage rise with danger, and
strength to strength oppose."
THE RELATION OF CRIME
AND THE SALOON
(A paper read by Mrs. E. Van Hood
before the B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist
church, Ocala. Fla., Aug. 22d, 19M.)
In a magazine of recent date we
read the following Jointed joke, which
Is quite apropos to the subject before
us this evening, viz: "The Relation
of Crime and the Saloon":
"The police court magistrate of a
town in southern Kentucky was walk-
ing down the street one November
evening with his friend John Mark-
ham, a distiller.
"'Judge,' said Mr. Markham, 'have
you ever tried my Number One brand
of Old Markham?
"'No, John,' admitted the Judge,
'but I tried three men in court this
morning who had tried It.'"
As a challenge to anyone who may
be on the other side of the questino
which we argue, we present the fol-
lowing Interrogatives:
How do saloons help a town or
county or state?
Do they make better fathers and
brothers and husbands and sons?
Do they make mothers and wives
and children more comfortable and
happy?
Do they build up churches and edu-
cational Institutions
Do they empty or help fill the jails.
mad houses and penitentiaries?
Do they increase or lessen crime?
Judge Butler of. Cairo, III, tried 76
murder cases as state's attorney or
Judge between 1886 and 1905. He says:
"I have kept a careful record of each
case, and I have to say that in 75 out
of 76. whiskey was the exciting
cause."
It is an established fact that the
first effect of alcohol is to excite the
passions and sensibilities, fire the sen-
suous Imagination and lessen the will
power.
It needs no detailed statements nor
piled up statistics to prove the Inti-
mate connection between drink and
crime.
Few murders or savage assaults oc-
cur which cannot be traced directly
or Indirectly to the saloon door.
The testimony of Judges, magis-
trates and police officials all tend one
way.
Says Mr. O'Shaughnessy, chairman
of County Quarter Bessions for thirty
years in Great Britain: "I have per-
haps presided at more criminal trials
than most men living; and I can truly'
say that I have had scarcely a case
before me, with reference to the class
of offences known as against the per-
son. that was not the consequence of
drunkenness."
The Royal Commissioner of Inquiry
of the English house of commons, a
few years ago made the following list
of drink results for England:
.Nine-tenths of the paupers made


4.219
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9,239
304


Total arrests Indirectly due
to liquor .......... ...... 18,072
One-half of arrests estimated
due to liquor ................. 9,W3
Total arrests by police for
past four years ............42,1
Total whisky arrests ........22.232
"Liars sometimes figure, but figures
never lie."
In Birmingham. Ala, we find the
following court statistics:
The Police Court Under Liense and
Prohibition
Take the docket of the police court.
Here are the figures of the police court


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for the year 1907 compared with 1908,
showing the five principal offenses and
the total arrests for all charges:
1907 1m Dee,
License No lic.
Disorderly conduct. 1,628 945 6
Drunkenness ......2,428 745 L.82
Assault and battery 1,7 726 541
Assault to murder. 9 W 3
Wife beating.. .. 124 74 50


Total ......... .1U11 7,W 4,470
If we had the time we could give
such tables as the above from every
city, county and state where prohibi-
tion is in force.
Almost daily we pick up a newspa-
per and read:
"Two men, while n a state of In*
toxication, got into a ght sad one
killed the other." The saloon keeper
furnished the liquor to produce the
drunk that prodaeeoi the ight. Here
are two men out of a Job-one of them
out of a job pe;aaen;at ana the
other one out of a Job, in Jail. to
supported by the hard-wor-Rg, tax-
paying people. Who put these men
out of a job? Whed a sloon keeper
puts a man out of a Job he disgraces
the man. disgraces his family, and de-
prives an honorabe business of an
employee, destroys a wealth-producing
citizen and throws a vagabond, and
often a criminal, on society to be sup-
ported.
In the face of these facts (and, you
will bear in mind that they are not
collected from the testimony of minis-
ters of the gospel nor W. C. T. U. wo-
men nor professional temperance re-
formers, but from court reports and
statistical tables) who can say that
the saloon is not the hot-bed of
crime, the arch enemy of the purity,
peace and prosperity of our nation?
But "thanks unto God who giveth
us the victory," great forces are at
work. the earth resounds to the
tramp of the advance of prohibition
army.
The liquor fiend and his emiaarles
will soon be banished into Plutonlan
darkness. The oppression, ruin, shame
and death caused by the saloon will
cease. "For the Lord God Omnlpo-
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ble:
Arrests for Four Years Dirtly Duo
to Whisky
1904-For drunkenness .......... ,728
1906-For drunkenness .......... %,432
1906-For drunkenness ......... 2.414
1907-For drunkenness ......... .1U
Total arrests for drunkenness.10,U
Loitering around saloons ...... .LI1
Keeping open on Sunday ....... 215
Tippling on Sunday ............ 1M9
Total arrests directly due to
whisky ........ ....... ....14,197
Indirectly Due to Liquor Traffic Past
Four Yoear


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Assault and battery ............
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